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NFAS Presents “Long Island’s River Otters” with Mike Bottini at Peconic Landing
October 11 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree
“Long Island’s River Otters”
With Mike Bottini
October 11th- 7:30 PM
Peconic Landing Auditorium
1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport
Learn about the natural history of the river otter, the natural recolonization of Long Island by otters, their current distribution on the island, and how to find evidence of this elusive mammal in the field. All Welcome For info: 516-526-9095 or email@example.com
Mike Bottini is a wildlife biologist and author. Mike worked for fourteen years at the Group for the South Fork (now Group for the east End), a non-profit environmental advocacy organization. He has taught field ecology, environmental science, and natural history courses at St. Lawrence University, Southampton College, and CUNY, has published three books, writes a weekly nature column for the East Hampton Press, and organizes the annual L.I. Natural History Conference. Mike’s wildlife research studies have included elk, spotted and tiger salamanders, spotted turtles, piping plovers, and river otters. He continues to introduce people to the outdoors through his field naturalist classes, nature walks, and paddling trips.